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with congressman trey gowdy. former pentagon official, k.t. mcfarland, and best-selling author, ed klein. and former bush adviser, ron christie. moments ago, ranking members of the senate intelligence committee spoke to the press that they had little to offer in regard to the actual testimony given. dianne feinstein, the chair, said committee members were able to watch a film that was a composite, real-time document of the beginning to the end of the terrorist attack. she announced additional hearings that are closed and open hearing will take place in the future. however, she refused to comment on whether that reflected the obama adminiitration's descriptions of the events are at the cia agents in benghazi call for help for separate times. tonight, the cia has launched an exploratory investigation into the conduct of david petraeus. he is scheduled to testify in front of the house intelligence committee tomorrow. joining me now is to congressman trey gowdy. he is a member of the house oversight committee. this is a remarkable period in american history. we assume at some point, it perha
for the price futures groups and k.t. mcfarland. k.t. mcfarland, let's tart with you. the president says he's trying to broker a cease-fire. is that true? >> yes, but it's not going to happen. henry kissinger says you get a cease-fire 11 or both sides is done fighting. they are not done. iran wants them to keep fighting. they want the israelis to get so involved with each other and fighting each other that no one pays attention to iran. as far as israel, they have a different objective. they have 10,000 missiles in the gaza strip. either by the air or ground troops. gerri: what does this mean for oil markets? anytime anything happens in the middle east, oil sponsored by going higher. >> impasse. it was showing off like crazy. we will market was changing. we can think about geopolitical risks. we were worried about the economy. i think what happened, it sports trainers to start focusing on the middle east. putting in that geopolitical risk back to the marketplace makes it less likely that it will go down and take out the old lows. gerri: ovoid. what is really at risk from the u.s. point of v
patraeus. taking a new twist. k. t. mcfarland is here with the unbelievable details. and just like in huicanes past, sandy left behind may set up an sand filled cars. the deputy automove editor for consumer enforcement is here with what you should let go for the next time you buy a car. the next time you buy a car. we are on the case next on "the and you pick the price that wks for you. great. whoa, whoa, jamie. watch where you point that thing. [ mocking ] "watch where you point that thing." you point yours, i point mine. okay, l-let's stay calm. [ all shouting ] put it down! be cool! everybody, just be cool! does it price better on the side? no, it just looks cooler. the name your price tool, only from progressive. call or ick today. i got you vered. thank you. oh, you're so welcome. ♪ gerri: if you have not alreaady heard from your employer about open enrollment, well, brace yourself. premiums are high, and rising. according to a survey from the national business group on health, employers expect their health-insurance costs increase 7%. 60ercent of those employers, more than
former head of the cia david patraeus. taking a new twist. k. t. mcfarland is here with the unbelievable details. and just like in hurricanes past, sandy left behind many set up an sand filled cars. the deputy automotive editor for consumer enforcement is here with what you should let go for the next time you buy a car. we are on the case next on "the willis report." ♪ ♪ gerri: if you have not already heard from your employer about open enrollment, well, brace yourself. premiums are high, and rising. according to a survey from the national business group on health, employers expect their health-insurance costs to increase 7%. 60 percent of those employers, more than half, plan to ask workers to pay higher monthly premiums. case in point and walmart stores. the arkansas based retailer and nation's largest employer will ask employees to pay premiums that are 8%-36% higher next year for. the company has said if your average cost of the more than 1 million employees were covered all workers' contributions we will rise just 4%. according to a survey, nationally premier shall rise 9% on av
then they don't have food. melissa: k.t. mcfarland. let's check the market with nicole petallides at new york stock exchange. facebook is called to outperform over the next year? >> we have seen facebook get pummeled from the ipo at $38 and is sold off but the last three months have been looking better it is up over 8% but the one that you talk about they are somewhat bearish saying it will outperform the s&p and lot of people underestimating the revenue growth over 10 or two years. a positive note for facebook. melissa: the park ridge in a bare tree will cost you more the hold gift list would be $107,000.61% increase over last year but not everything cost more out of the 300 and 64 items the partridge is the least expensive at $15. the swans are the most expensive at $1,000 a pop. who do? you need is seven of them. charles payne is up next. what do spend that money on? the story is ahead. look at the winners andrade losers. with dedicated support teams at over 500 branches nationwide. so when you call or visit, you can ask for a name you know. because personal service starts with a real pers
. connell: as always, k.t. mcfarland, thank you for coming on. >> thank you. connell: we have some breaking news before we move on. the justice department has filed a lawsuit against ebay. they are saying that the agreement illuminated a significant former competition for the employees. watch ebay today. at the moment, the stock is up $0.56. the state of california had a similar suit against ebay. we will show you what kind of agreement would be acceptable to the business world. dagen: bank regulation putting the big squeeze on smaller banks being choked out of existence. what does that mean for you to back is that your only option quarterback bank of america. love being a customer there. how are the tensions, or the fighting, between israel and gaza? you can see it right there. ♪ dagen: do we get a deal of slack i am talking about those tax increases. you have gains across the board of one and a quarter percent on your dow. one and a half plus on your nasdaq and s&p. connell: time to make money with charles payne. charles: you were making a joke about us knowing things about poop. [ laug
. there is a secretary hillary clinton. i want to bring in now k.t. mcfarland. what you make of all of this works back my last guest was a little bit doubtful. >> it is all about iran and egypt. that is to destroy the missiles, the 10,000 missiles, including the 100 some long-range missiles that are in the gaza strip. they have probably gotten all of them and taking them out. why is that important, obviously, because they were being fired at israel. six months from now, we want the option, if we feel we have to do a preemptive strike against iran , we want to make sure they cannot retaliate. think of this as a preemptive strike against a preemptive strike. that is israel's part of it. and that is iran. can this hold? this is where egypt comes in. once those missiles are destroyed, what they get replenished. the only way to do that is through egypt, underneath tunnels that go through the gaza strip and into gaza. egypt is key. will they enforce this, will they make sure there is no resupply of vessels because if there is a resupply, this is just, you know, we will be at this again three months from now. c
.s. get drawn into it? national security analyst k.t. mcfarland will join us with her take [ female announcer ] today, jason is here to volunteer to help those in need. when a twinge of back pain surprises him. morning starts in high spirits but there's a growing pain in his lower back. as lines grow longer, his pain continues to linger. but after a long day of helping others, he gets some helpful advice. just two aleve have the strength to keep back pain away all day. today, jason chose aleve. just two pills for all day pain relief. try aleve d for strong, all day long sinus and headache relief. >> heather: welcome back of the time for the top of the news. tensions are rising in the middle east as israel shoots down a rocket from gaza. the israeli military using its iron dome defense system to guard tel aviv. >> gregg: unanswered questions about the attack on the u.s. consulate in libya that killed four americans. former c.i.a. director david petraeus testifying to lawmakers he believed the incident was a terrorist attack almost immediately. however, the white house's initial messa
's newsroom" with michael hayden about the resignation of general petraeus. also k.t. mcfarland is here. she will weigh in as well, especially on whether the general will testify and what he will say. and the still suffering victims of hurricane sandy, where is the government in getting help for them? see you at the top of the hour. >> steve: he is a multi platinum country music star who is here to give a special salute to our men and women on veterans day. >> gretchen: we're joined by clay walker. good morning to you n good morning. you look great today. >> steve: thank you very much. >> brian: you were looking right at gretchen when you said that, smart man. >> gretchen: thank you. >> steve: we were talking in the teasers about how you, back in 1996, got a death sentence. >> that can be very debilitating. i had so many looks attention, the dorks told me i would possibly be dead in eight years. it was very bad. but i've been able to manage the disease with a daily injection and actually have a great wife, great care partner that helps take care of me. that's why we're here today, for vetera
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